Nos. 4476, 4477.

16 F.2d 345 (1926)


Court of Appeals of District of Columbia.

Decided December 6, 1926.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

R. E. Lynch, of Washington, D. C., for plaintiffs in error.

Peyton Gordon and Raymond Neudecker, both of Washington, D. C., for the United States.

Before MARTIN, Chief Justice, and ROBB and VAN ORSDEL, Associate Justices.

MARTIN, Chief Justice.

The records disclose that one Earl Schoo made affidavit that on July 9, 1924, in the District of Columbia, certain intoxicating liquor was unlawfully sold and delivered to him at certain described premises occupied by Walter Dickhart, by a "white woman in the premises, dark hair, 160 pounds, medium height." Supported by this affidavit, a federal prohibition agent procured a search and seizure warrant from a United States commissioner, acting...

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